Im Still Crazy - Vern Gosdin - Alone
Label: Columbia - FCT 45104 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
Known as "The Voice" he had 19 top solo hits on the country music charts from through As the sixth child in a family of nine,  Vern Gosdin began singing in Bethel East Baptist Church in Woodland, Alabama, where his mother played piano. During the same time period, the Gosdin Brothers were featured on Hillman's former Byrds mate Gene Clark 's first solo album, the well-regarded Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brotherssinging backing vocals on all of the tracks behind the lead vocals of Clark and lead guitars of Clarence White, Glen Campbell, and Bill Rinehart later of the Merry-Go-Round.
Gosdin retired from performing during the s and moved to Cartersville, Im Still Crazy - Vern Gosdin - Alonewhere he operated a glass company. His next single, "Yesterday's Gone", which also featured Harris, became his first Top 10 hit Im Still Crazy - Vern Gosdin - Alone Several more hits followed between and with the biggest of these hits being a remake of "Till the End" and a cover of The Association 's " Never My Love " which also featured harmony vocals from Janie Frickie.
After Ovation Records closed their doors later inGosdin signed with A. This song later became a number-three hit for George Strait. The song would also be recorded by Keith Whitley and many others over the years and is considered a favorite among fans of traditional country music. Barnes and Brown were both notable Nashville songwriters each with hundreds of songwriting credit Barnes would eventually win over 42 songwriting awards in his career. Gosdin, meanwhile, signed with Complete Records in the early s, and, inreleased "There Is A Season," picked by the Los Angeles Times as best country album of the year.
The early s also found a great combination of talent as Gosdin traveled from coast to coast opening shows for George Jones. Gosdin made the top 10 consistently in the early '80s, really hitting his stride when he teamed with Barnes as a songwriting collaborator. The pair specialized in songs of cheating and barroom romance, often delivering an over-the-top emotionalism that got Gosdin compared to the ultimate legend of George Jones.
The following year, he had his first Im Still Crazy - Vern Gosdin - Alone. After Compleat Records went bankrupt, Gosdin signed with Columbia in Gosdin's album Alone was a concept album in a traditional country style. It chronicled the dissolution of Gosdin's marriage Second Skin - The Chameleons - Here Today.
Gone Tomorrow / Live In Toronto (All Media, Album) included his final number-one hit: "I'm Still Crazy". Gosdin continued writing and singing up until April 28,despite his battle and recovery from his first stroke in The final four songs he wrote and recorded were with a co-writer Joe Sins in of the country music duo The Sins.
Gosdin, who suffered a stroke in early Aprildied at a Nashville hospital the evening of April 28,at the age Ne Joue Pas - Colette Dereal* - Ne Joue Pas From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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